I never used to watch myself on video. It was too freaky. But over the last five years I've spent enough time in front of the camera that I'm finally comfortable with it. If you can't get enough David Holmes in person, check out this video library.
Here's a video interview done by none other than F5's Calvin Rowland himself. He and I are both 17-year veterans of F5 Networks, and we're both good (or at least energetic) on video. He's interviewing me for our Agility Live series, and I'm discussing some of our security research at F5 labs.
Bucket list item achieved. I was interviewed on live TV in the Philippines on the ANC Early Edition news program about consumer internet safety and how Filipinos view it through the lens of convenience vs. security. There were likely millions of people watching and you'd think one would be nervous but it was just so much! Would do it again :)
Here's a video interview of me talking about multi-cloud security. I don't honestly remember what I said it was so long ago but I'm sure it was dripping with profundity.
Here's an audio interview I did at the Australian CyberSecurity Conference at Canberra in April of 2018. About 10 minutes. A little background noise, because we just did it in a quietish corner of the conference.
ISMG's Suparna Goswami interviewed me about my thoughts on IoT Security. 12 minutes of David Holmes braindumping IoT security at you.
Here's the keynote I did for F5's security event in Singapore in June. I teach the audience how to threat model the internet of things (iot),
Here's a 7 minute interview that CSO's Anthony Caruana did with me at the CSO Perspectives roadshow; this one was in Sydney. He asks about the new National Mandatory Breach Notification law, the Internet of Things, and where did I get that awesome shirt? Belgium.
You’ve been having trouble sleeping because of the SSL visibility problem with all the fancy security tools that don’t do decryption. Put down that ambien, because this Lightboard Lesson solves it. In episode, David Holmes diagrams the Right Way (tm) to decrypt and orchestrate outbound SSL traffic, improving SSL visibility, decreasing failures and improving network performance.
Here's a fun virtual roundtable that Brian McHenry and me did for the DevCentral guys, Jason Rahm and John Wagnon. Over a half hour we discuss the F5 advanced firewall module. We chat about the market, the history and some of the things that differentiate the product.
F5 Network security evangelist David Holmes offers concrete advice about how cloud outsourcing can help companies with a talent shortfall solve three enterprise security problems: application security, penetration testing, and bug bounties.
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Here's a 3 minute interview with yours truly in Warsaw, Poland. They have a polish guy talking over my audio track, which is neat if you know Polish. I don't.
TechWeekEurope's Michael Moore speaks to David Holmes, Senior Security Evangelist for F5 Networks, at InfoSecurity Europe 2015
This was a great interview, got lots of coverage. Good chemistry between myself and the awesome Pete Silva. F5 Worldwide Security Evangelist, David Holmes, talks about why the internet is going SSL Everywhere. He explains why there’s been a surge in encrypted traffic and reveals some interesting statistics from his ongoing research on the SSL protocol. Always an engaging guest, David takes us through Forward Secrecy, Strict Transport Security and SSL v3. What they solve and how they are being used in the wild.
Not one of my favorite videos, but hey, it was real. Later I learned to take my glasses off, which brings you closer to the audience.
Cyber journalist Byron Acohido interviewed me about DDoS attacks in 2014. I predicted ever larger ones, and I was right :)
Peter Silva meets with David Holmes to get the scoop on F5's DDoS Reference Architecture. David has circled the globe talking to customers about their security concerns and shares some of that insight along with explaining how F5 can mitigate those attacks.
Here's an old DevCentral video podcast featuring yours truly! Talking about security stuff of course